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CONTEMPORARY MILLENIANISM AND THE NEW AGE MOVEMENT

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1994-01-01
2015-01-30

Affiliations: 1: Edited version of a paper read at the International Summerschool on Theology of the Theological Faculty of Utrecht University (the Netherlands) and the New Brunswick Theological Seminary (U.S.A.), July 1993. The author is research professor at the Theological Faculty of the Free University in Amsterdam. His research focusses on new forms of religiosity.

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